easier -- >> in terms of the company being a little stronger and say, no, we're not going to change our plans. just wondering. >> i think maybe a little bit but not a lot. at the end of the day, the most lucrative market in the world is the united states. so you want to be here. you do need to change your capacity around the world to meet that demand. having said that, small cars are the least profitable vehicles that the automakers sell, and they're not in demand right now. that's part of the calculus made for scrapping the plant down in mexico. if you are an automaker, you can say, look, can we squeeze corolla production from somewhere else? fine, let's do it. what is interesting, michelle, and what a lot of automakers executives are already talking about is, okay, you rip up nafta and bring in a border tax for anything built in mexico, what happens with canada, japan, korea, germany? we're importing 7 million vehicles. are you going to add a tax for all of those markets or increase some type of border tax?